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  1. Sep 29,  · Originally recorded for Taylor’s JT album, the ballad was later cut by George Jones and served as the title track to his Bartender’s Blues LP. Onstage at the Novo by Microsoft.
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  3. BARTENDER'S BLUES Written by James Taylor First appeared as a JT duet with George Jones on the album 'My Special Guests' in the 80's. Recently revived by Trisha Yearwood on the 'Thinkin' Bout You' album, once again as a duet with George Jones.
  4. Bartender Blues recorded by George Jones [3/4 time] written by James Taylor G G7 Well I'm just a bartender C A7 And I don't like my work D7 G But I don't mind the money at all D7 G G7 I've seen lots of sad faces C A7 And lots of bad cases.
  5. George Jones "Bartender's Blues": Well, I'm just a bartender And I don't like my work But I don't mind the money at all I've seen lots.
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  7. Feb 10,  · Baretender's Blues is an album by American country music artist George Jones released in on the Epic Records label. It was re-released on CD on the Razor & Tie label in
  8. My Very Special Guests: Legacy Edition [Remaster] [Slipcase] by George Jones (CD, Jun, 2 Discs, Legacy) $ New The Gospel Collection by George Jones (CD, Apr, 2 Discs, BNA).

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